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Old 06-27-2013, 12:46 PM   #1 
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ways to keep a plant down?

I have a few new beautiful plants added to my tank and I was wondering is there a way to keep certain plants in one spot? I have marbles so I chose plants that didn't need to be planted in substrate but it kind of looks weird having it just sit there... leaning and exposed... not to mention it moves when I do water changes. Can I kind of bury it in the marbles to help keep it in one spot? Or is there another way?
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Are they real plants? If they're not, it shouldn't hurt to bury them in the marbles. If they are, I don't think they will grow.
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Yes they are real. I know have just the very base of the plant sticking in the marbles. The roots are still exposed to the water. My marbles aren't very deep. About a 1/4 to a 1/2 inch.
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